Archive | 2018

Control Philips HUE with MyURemote app.

Our homes have changed radically over the past century. So why do we still use lighting that’s based on 19th century technology? Philips hue lighting can change your decor, keep your home safe, help you relax or focus and much, much more. Lighting has changed. The lights The wireless LED light bulbs bring hue to […]

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How to connect MyURemote with any domotics system.

  Why MyURemote and not a brand-depended APP? MyURemote has a very intuitive and easy to configure interface. You decide how many sliders and buttons are needed to control all your lights, screens, curtains (including scenarios), etc… You can control the objects divided into zones and each zone can provide an unspecified number of controls. […]

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“MACRO’s ONLY” interface.

Some MyURemote users want a user’s interface with just a few buttons. This is how you can create such a simple GUI:   Open and click ‘configuration’. Log in to your account browse to click “MyZones” / select zone and click “edit” / Scroll down to the Special Zone selector and select “Macro’s […]

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Duotecno domotics.

How to operate your home automation with your iPhone-iPad or Android? The way for anyone who’s looking for an easy and affordable way to use an iPhone / iPad or Android as remote control for your duotecno domotics system. combined with any (not only Bose) audio video system. You decide how many sliders and buttons […]

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How to configure MyURemote for Russound multiroom systems

MyURemote (My Universal Remote Control) is the App for your Russound Multiroom system. Control your Russound Multiroom and all the devices connected with it. All rooms integrated in 1 uniform interface. Supports display with live feedback. Add recognizable labels to your Rooms, Inputs and Scenarios, so that buttons are familiar. Compatible Russound Multiroom: Russound has […]

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